With a presence in about fifteen African countries, the Digital Virgo group took part in the AfricaCom in Cape Town
On its participation in AfricaCom, the African trade show dedicated to digital technology, the Digital Virgo group (www.DigitalVirgo.com), a global specialist in payment via telecom operators’ bills and mobile money, announced that its customized payment platform has provided 25 million Africans with access to digital content and services in 2022.
With a presence in about fifteen African countries, the Digital Virgo group took part in the AfricaCom in Cape Town, the continent’s leading digital event, and presented the latest developments in its offerings.
We are very proud to have succeeded in building an offer adapted to the African markets
The group’s management, including the CEO, Guillaume Briche, and Mounia Terhzaz, Africa General Manager, gave an overview of the development of their activities on the continent, and reported that they had succeeded in deploying their payment solutions to 25 million people.
At a time when Digital Virgo is multiplying its partnerships with leading merchants on the continent (Universal Music, Youscribe, OSN…) and connecting them to the billing systems of the continent’s main telecom operators (Orange, Vodacom, MTN…), this announcement confirms the relevance of its solutions.
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“We are very proud to have succeeded in building an offer adapted to the African markets. Thanks to our payment solutions, millions of people are accessing digital services and content that were previously only available to bank account holders,” commented Guillaume Briche, CEO of Digital Virgo.
The group will also be attending the Salon des Industries Musicales d’Afrique francophone (SIMA) on November 17 and 18 in Abidjan.